CPUT Diploma: Diploma In Urban & Regional Planning Course and Fees
Course Information and Fees
DIPLOMA IN URBAN & REGIONAL PLANNING
The course equips the student with the skills and knowledge required to fulfil the tasks of a planning technician such as land appraisal, planning surveys, the analysis and presentation of data by means of maps, graphs, diagrams and sketches as well as all work, including legal procedures connected with planning processes in general.
The work of a urban and regional planning technician is of a diverse nature and embraces the making of informed decisions about the management, development and growth of cities, towns and regions; the improvement and regeneration of urban environments; the sustainable provision of basic services infrastructure, transport networks, housing, commercial centres, industrial areas, community facilities and leisure services, while being careful to protect the natural environment and agricultural land. Urban and Regional Planners and technicians are often employed by private planning firms, local and provincial authorities, state departments and non-governmental organisations.
For all Certificate, Diploma and National Diploma applications, consult the General admission requirements.
Some courses require students to submit additional information as part of their application.
For all Honours, Masters and Doctorate applications, consult the Postgraduate admission requirements.
The fees for 2018 reflected below may be subject to change.
Please confirm the final fee amount by contacting the relevant Faculty Office or contact person as listed at the bottom of this page.